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Connor Fogel

Job Role: Vocational Contexts - Musical Theatre

Department: Piano

Connor Fogel studied Piano at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and gained a masters in Musical Direction from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. He currently enjoys a successful and varied career as a conductor/keyboardist in theatre and a concert pianist.

His theatrical credits include The Phantom Of The Opera (West End),

Julius Caesar (Royal Shakespeare Company UK tour) Les Misérables (UK & Ireland tour), Cinderella (Queen’s Theatre Barnstaple, Gatehouse Stafford), Topsie’s Crystal Balls (UK Tour), The Soprano Behind the Screen (UK Tour), Royal Shakespeare Company 2019/20 Season: As You Like It, Taming of the Shrew, Measure for Measure (Barbican, UK, US and Asian Tour), Queen of the Mist (Charring Cross Theatre, Jack Studio Theatre), Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse)

Connor has been the recipient of several prizes and awards including 2nd prize in the 2019 International Liszt Society Piano Competition and the 2016 Musical Director Award from The Worshipful Company of Musicians, of which Connor was made a Freeman in 2022. Connor is an Honorary Associate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and was previously the Andrew Lloyd Webber Associate Musical Director of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Connor has recorded music for Naxos online, Prima Facie Records and Ty Cerdd, performed recitals in venues across the UK including Hampton Court Palace and St Lawrence Jewry, and has written articles for The Liszt Society. He has also worked onscreen for film and television- including the BAFTA award winning ITV1 drama The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jeffries

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